DSA Electrodes

DSA electrodes, also called dimensionally stable anodes, are titanium or niobium substrate anodes coated with a precious mixed metal oxide catalyst; comprised of different elements such as iridium, ruthenium, tantalum, platinum, and rhodium. Referring to gas evolved in the anode during the electrochemical oxidation reaction, the DSA electrodes can be separated into the chlorine evolution anode and oxygen evolution anode respectively.

With high electrical conductivity, long-term stability and strong corrosion resistance for use as anodes in electrolysis, the DSA electrodes are widely applied in chlor-alkali industry, water treatment, seawater desalination, sodium hypochlorite production, electrowinning and metal plating processes among others.

Using our state-of-the-art process technology, Jennings Anodes is able to offer anodes in a wide range of shapes and sizes: sheet, plate, strip, mesh, wire, filament, rod, tube or combinations/assemblies thereof.

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